Posted on · Episode: 2204 Earthquakes and Volcanoes remember, while hurricanes forget. Today, our guest, geologist Peter Copeland tells us about rocks, air and memory.
Posted on · A variety of supplies, including first-aid kits, flashlights and portable generators and radios, can be purchased tax-free this weekend across Texas.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We discuss a busy week in politics. And we go behind the scenes of Drunk Shakespeare.
Posted on · Most of the 150-plus dogs and cats that were at the shelter when it was hit by Tuesday's tornado had been taken in by others as of late Wednesday morning.
Posted on · Episode: 2207 How the little-remembered eruption of Mt. Tambora killed 70,000 people and gave rise to the novel Frankenstein. Today, a terrible volcano gives birth to Frankenstein.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Floods, hurricanes, chemical fires, last month’s freeze and power failures. A campaign once declared "Houston. It's Worth It." Is that still true?
Posted on · On Friday's show: How Pres. Biden's pipeline decision could affect Houston, taking stock of the major natural disasters in 2020, and what you'd add to the Constitution.
Posted on · An internal report finds the agency didn't do enough to reach out to Vietnamese and Spanish-speaking communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Posted on · A survey released by Judge Lina Hidalgo also shows that residents are worried about air and water quality, and public transportation.
Posted on · The new facility can withstand a category 4 hurricane, and next-generation 911 technology allows operators to efficiently deal with high call volumes.
Posted on · The federal government spends billions of dollars each year helping communities rebuild after disasters and to prevent future damage. But that money isn't always allocated to those who need it most.
Posted on · Here are some of the findings according to a new report that tries to take lessons from Hurricane Harvey to better prepare for the next storm
Posted on · Officials say it is useful to sign up before the new hurricane season starts on June 1st
Posted on · As U.S. communities ravaged by this year's series of intense hurricanes and wildfires clear debris and begin to rebuild, many are counting on the federal government to help cover their costs.
Posted on · Authorities say they have two of the largest fires about 60 percent contained. Meanwhile, some people who were evacuated are being allowed to return to what remains of their homes.